Salesforce: A Strong Buy Before Q1 Earnings


  • Salesforce introduced its first AI-powered features to its platform in 2016, seven years ahead of the mainstream adoption of AI features.
  • I firmly believe that Salesforce will exceed consensus expectations when it reports its Q1 FY 2025 earnings on May 2.
  • The company’s strong fundamentals, including its leadership in the industry and commitment to innovation, make it a clear ‘Strong Buy’.

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Salesforce (NYSE:CRM) reports its Q1 FY 2025 earnings next week, on May 29. The company has a perfect history of quarterly earnings surprises over the last two years, and the management’s Q1 guidance appears excessively conservative to me. These

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